Frequently asked questions

What does Jestor do?

Jestor lets you quickly build the back-office system of your operations. You can create internal apps, tables, and automations with a few clicks.

Do I need to be an engineer to use Jestor?

No. Jestor was built for anyone who wants to build great internal processes. You don’t need to know how to code or any technical training to use Jestor. Try starting with templates.

How can I get help?

There are many ways to get in touch with our team. You can schedule a cocriation meeting, create a support ticket, or read this documentation.

Learn more here: https://docs.jestor.com/docs/support

What is an automation?

Each automation is a combination of triggers and actions. For ex: “When a new deal is closed, send a Slack message to the sales channel.” Know more about automations.

Does Jestor have security certifications?

Jestor follows all the best practices for data privacy. We have reports such as SOC 2 Type 1 and 2 and many other technologies to ensure data safety. Read our Privacy Policy.

Can I deploy Jestor on-premise?

No. Jestor is a fast-paced product that deploys upgrades constantly, ensuring that our customers will always have the best technology for their operations.

What are Jestor's limitations?

Each plan comes with unique configurations. Additionally, you can learn more about rate limits here: https://docs.jestor.com/docs/rate-limits

What's a seat? What's the difference between builders and members?

A seat represents a purchasable access point for your team, available in two varieties: member and builder. Builders are empowered to construct, utilize, and modify structures, while members are granted the ability to edit and create records. For further details, please visit this link: https://docs.jestor.com/docs/user-types

What's permissioning?

Permissioning is a group of rules to control access to your jestor. You can choose who can view, edit, and read any of your tables and specific data. It's also possible to add rules by code.

Apps are solutions built inside jestor combining external services. It can be something like Slack, Shopify, Excel, or some Apps built only for jestor.

What's an integration?

Integrations are any type of communication with your jestor. You can use jestor API or built-in integrations to connect your jestor with external data and commands.

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